Post-Doctoral Researcher, MENTUPP
Caleb is a Lecturer in Occupational Health and Academic Director of the MSc in Occupational Health (blended) programme within the School of Public Health at UCC. Originally from northern Ontario, Canada, Caleb has completed Honours undergraduate degrees in Sport Psychology (Laurentian University) and Education (Lakehead University), a Masters in Human Kinetics (Laurentian University) and postgraduate certificate in Knowledge Mobilization (University of Guelph) before pursuing his doctorate in Organizational Health and Wellbeing at Lancaster University in the UK.
Prior to taking up his post as Lecturer, Caleb was a postdoctoral researcher, with both the School of Public Health and the National Suicide Research Foundation, working on the Horizon 2020 funded MENTUPP research programme, an EU-wide project developing, implementing, and evaluating an interdisciplinary, multilevel mental health intervention programme with small and medium sized enterprises in the construction, healthcare and ICT sectors. Caleb’s applied research experience is diverse, spanning nearly a decade leading internationally recognized participatory research evaluating and positively impacting psychosocial work environment, work-related stress and mental health and well-being.
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